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Transcribe

To take dictation of speech and put it into an electronic or written format. Transcription businesses are common in the legal and medical fields; for example, one may hire a company to transcribe court records.
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Training and availability of braille transcribers in the United States.
Faris is production coordinator for Kentucky Correctional Industries at the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women and is certified as a literary braille transcriber through the Library of Congress.
uh, sixty." The transcriber has to decide whether the slip was significant or not.
Copying rapidly, as a present-day keyboard transcriber would, they established the first fixed sentence orders in Latin.
After misdirected gunfire left her paralyzed from the chest down in 1977, she worked as a data transcriber for the IRS from 1982-88.
Lenair was more than a mere transcriber of L]legible prose and attempts at profundity, however She was an astute editor who knew when you needed a new paragraph or were missing a footnote, and where it should go.
He brings his manuscript to a rooftop typing agency; his transcriber (Michael Achtman) is obsessed with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, to a degree that draws surveillance by an omnipresent policewoman (Maria Reidstra).
A special institutional edition of the TextStack also includes two features that are particularly useful for educators: the Transcriber and AdvanceLink!
Fortunately, copies of six of these were made before the war, by an anonymous transcriber who may have been Robert Eitner and/or by a German organologist, Gustav Fock.
Daggatt does not mumble; perhaps the transcriber was handicapped by a bad tape.